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    • A.I. Root Company

    • A.I. Root Company; Bees; Factories; Grapevines; Candlemaking
    • A view of the A.I. Root Company in Medina, Ohio and the double Bee-Hive Works bee hives. Each bee hive had a grapvine attached to it because Amos Ives Root believed that bees needed shade in the summer.
    • A.I. Root Co., Medina

    • A.I. Root Company; Business enterprises; Industry; Water towers
    • A view of the A.I. Root Quality Bee Supplies company tower, shown in the distance behind the A.I. Root factory.
    • Root Family of Medina, Ohio

    • A.I. Root Company; Business people; Root, Huber H.; Root, John; Root, Alan I.; Candlemaking; Honey
    • "Oldest Firm in Medina is the A.I. Root Co., which for years was a leading producer of honey. Company officials shown outside the office of the venerable concern are (from left) John Root, vice president and assistant general manager; H.H. Root,...
    • A.I. Root Co. Medina, Ohio

    • A.I. Root Company; Candlemaking; Business enterprises; Business people; Root, John
    • John Root (standing) watches as employees roll and cut candles to be wrapped and boxed.
    • A.I. Root Co., Medina, Ohio, 1961

    • A.I. Root Company; Employees; Executives; Business people; Root, Huber H.; Root, John; Root, David; Root, Alan I.
    • A press shot at the A.I. Root Company in Medina, Ohio in 1961. (Front) Huber Root, President. (Back, L to R) John Root, Sales Production Manager; David Root (Huber's son), Production Manager; Alan I. Root, Vice President and General Manager.
    • A.I. Root at the Medina County Fair in a Wright brothers airplane.

    • A.I. Root Company; Fairs; Airplanes; Biplanes; Root, A. I.
    • A photo of A.I. Root, founder of the A.I. Root Company in Medina, Ohio in a Wright Brothers style airplane at the Medina County Fair in 1915. A.I. Root had an interest in the Wright brothers' experiments in flight and had corresponded with the...
    • Hay Queen Miss Kunkle

    • Agriculture; Fairs; Square, The (Medina, Ohio); Beauty contestants
    • Miss Kunkle, voted by the Agricultural Classes of Medina, sitting at the feed opening of one of the new balers, 5-4-1954. She's holding a sign that says 'A Handful of Hay Brings a Prosperity Day.'
    • American Hotel

    • American Hotel (Medina, Ohio); Hotels
    • The American Hotel in Medina, Ohio was torn down in 1954 to make way for the Savings Deposit Bank, which is now Key Bank. Over the years, the hotel served as the location for many village functions and social events. The post office was even...
    • American Hotel

    • American Hotel (Medina, Ohio); Hotels; Sewers; Digging
    • A group of men dig outside the American Hotel for sewer in Medina, Ohio.
    • "View of R.O. Bowman's Big Sale, Oct 16, 1913"

    • Auctioneers ; Auctions ; Audiences ; Farmers ; Agriculture ; Agricultural facilities
    • "View of R.O. Bowman's Big Sale, Oct 16, 1913," depicts the view of the Bowman auction selling agricultural machinery, equipment, and livestock.
    • Frank Brandow Sohio Station

    • Automobile equipment & supplies; Automobile service stations; Automobile repair
    • A view of the Sohio Service Station run by Frank Brandow. Sign reads that automobiles are serviced. Batteries, Tires, Storage, Washing, and Greasing are also services that are offered. Located on North Court Street in Medina, Ohio.
    • Free Oil Co.

    • Automobile service stations
    • Louis Hammerschmidt is seen outside of the Free Oil Co. which was located on Friendship Street in Medina, Ohio.
    • Gibbs Motor Co.

    • Automobiles; Automobile service stations; Automobile repair
    • A view of the Gibbs Motor Company on the corner of South Court St. and Smith Rd. in Medina, Ohio.
    • Hometown USA Bicentennial, Medina Ohio

    • Awards; Square, The (Medina, Ohio); Centennial celebrations; Urban beautification; Television studios
    • Award document reads: Medina's restoration to Victorian grandeur earns the attention of advertisers across the nation. A community effort completed in 1974, downtown Medina has recaptured its 19th-century charm and captured the eye of NBC-TV which...
    • Captain Bates: The Giant of Seville, OH

    • Bates, Martin Van Buren, b. 1845; Giants
    • A photo of Captain M.V. Bates, standing at 7 ft-11 in at the age of 47. At the age of 32 he was considered the largest man in the world. In 1873, upon returning from Europe, he settled in the Village of Seville with his wife (who stood the same...

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